Delegation is a leadership must-have as no organization can grow, or survive succession, without encouraging its leaders to delegate. Unfortunately, real delegation is often desired and seldom practiced. At some point or another, we’re all guilty of one or more of the seven “sins” of delegation. In this session, we’ll explore ways to become better delegators to encourage the highest and best use for all team members. Attend this session to gain concrete strategies for empowering and developing others through powerful delegation!
Four elements of effective delegation. Seven sins of delegation. Effectively documenting and communicating delegation conversation. Methods to ensure accountability for the things that are delegated occur.
New and experienced leaders in all practice areas.
Delegate with clarity by ensuring ownership and expectations are established. Identify ways to say no. Communicate how new requests fit into existing priorities. Avoid the seven “sins” of delegation.
Renee is a partner at ConvergenceCoaching, LLC, a national consulting firm dedicated to developing leaders and transforming teams. Renee is committed to help clients see potential and opportunity around them and feel empowered to take advantage of it. She is especially passionate about accounting firm talent and helping firms more successfully leverage and grow their team members.
Renee is a frequent speaker, writer and facilitator on topics impacting accounting firm leaders and is especially passionate about flexible and virtual work, creating feedback-rich environments where team members can supportively grow, developing results-oriented metrics that drive successful outcomes, building innovative recruiting and retention programs and more. Through her work facilitating strategic planning, leadership development programs, and individual coaching to both firm leaders and individual team members, Renee offers practical strategies for improvement and change.
Prior to joining ConvergenceCoaching, Renee was a Firm Administrator for accounting firms of varying sizes across the country. In her role as Firm Administrator, she was responsible for finance, operations, human resources and oversight of the administrative team. Over the course of her 20+ year career, Renee was exposed to a variety of challenges in day-to-day operations as well as being instrumental in devising and executing long-term strategy. Her experience working closely with the Managing Partner and the partners to manage change provides experience that informs her consulting role within the ConvergenceCoaching client community.
Renee is a passionate fan and supportive of both the accounting community as well as the accounting administrator community and is committed to giving back through volunteerism. She is a member of The CPA Consultants’ Alliance and the CPA Firm Management Association (CPAFMA). She regularly speaks to societies and associations across the country in her quest to elevate both accounting and administrator talent.
In her free time, Renee takes care of a big vegetable and flower garden along with her husband and two teenagers in Franklin, Massachusetts. She and her husband have three English Setters and enjoy grouse and woodcock hunting in the Fall. Renee also sings baritone for a women’s barbershop chorus.
Non-Member Price $99.00
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